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't hateful. but let's be honest. if you're a white guy and they're putting brown or black makeup on it, say no. this is ridiculous. pop chips are all white, so there's something wrong right there. at least have an indian flavored pop chip. like a tandoori chip if you're going to make fun of indian people but it's ridiculous. he should know better. >> jamal, you were rolling your eyes when you saw it. >> i don't think ashton was trying to be racist. it was a bad interpretation. remember the mike myers movie? it was panned the same way. people were frustrated with the depiction of indians in that movie. >> maybe it's like the mary j. burger king commercial. >> maybe they just didn't think it all the way through, what did you think? ♪ indian chicken >> ana, are you there? >> yes, i am. >> maybe they didn't think it all the way through. what do you think? him in dark face, what do you think? >> you know, don, i think ashton needs to find himself another older woman. he needs a little adult supervision and good thinking in there. >> let's talk about this new jersey mom who was charged this wee
brown is proposing harsh cuts to close the exploding $15 billion deficit. cuts to school, health care, welfare, the disabled and child care. >> the biggest source of our spending without question is to schools. so when we have to have a massive cut, the sls that mass si cive cut and that't will happen if we don't get this in control. >> he's also proposing a tax hike and a tax hike for those who make more than $250,000 a year. he's even trying to slash a day off the government work week. and helping those struggling homeowners from the bank settlements? $292 million are being pickpocketed in red ink. take years of contradictory demands from voters, toss in a crazy process that requires super majorities to get any deal with even a penny of new taxes, then add a ballot measure industrial complex. we used to be the world's beacon on schools, gleaming freeways and more. the scary part is that california may be a glimpse of america's future. these years of living beyond our means now have washington and the state capitals in shambles. it's already being felt across europe. in greece, liber
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. >> the debate over same-sex marriage, front and center this sunday. bill whitaker, terrell brown are both on the story. starting over, jobs are open but many workers don't have the right trainingment we'll show you a program trying to change that. and the graduate, tony guida with a story of a war zone refugee who went from janitor to ivy league grad testing for cbs news captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news." >> jeff: good evening, i'm jeff glor, three executives at the nation's largest bank jpmorganchase reportedly are out. this after the bank revealed on thursday it lost at least $2 billion in risky trades. those stepping down will include the senior executive who oversaw the transaction and two upper traders. today c.e.o. jay me diamon called the trades a terrible, egregious mistake. he also acknowledges the securities and exchange commission is investigating whether rules were broken. >> we know we were sloppy. we know we were stupid. we know there was bad judgement. we don't know if any of that is true. regulators should look, that is their job so we are open to
in facebook. governor jerry brown is warning that big spending cuts may be on the way very soon. that's gauze the state's budget deficit has ballooned to $16 billion. that's nearly double the estimates from just a couple of months ago. but as i said, greek leaders are meeting right now to try and solve the gridlock over a coalition government, but really how is that affecting the u.s. economy? earlier i posed that question to cnn senior international correspondent matthew chance. >> we're talking about the possibility of greece crashing out of the euro zone, the single european currency, and that's unchartered territory. if that happens, it won't just -- it may not be greece that fails only. it may be the entire euro zone project, and that's important particularly for other parts of -- particularly for the united states. it was even the u.s., for instance, isn't that heavily invested in greek assets. it is heavily invested in other european assets and other european banks, and so if greece fails, the whole of europe could fail, and that will have says massive consequences around the world, in
any cuter? that show is so good. >>> and you know who else is so good? alton brown is here. the amazing alton brown. he's going to whip up a little bananas foster. >> the morning edition. >> we're going to set things on fire. >> more desserts. >>> and you are the host of the james beer foundation awards. i was there. you killed. >> really? i survived. thank you. >> and you didn't set anything on fire. >> i did not. but i will today. >> that's right. >>> we know that mother's day is coming up. and we're all blessed to have extraordinary mothers in our lives. and i am included in that. she grew up in the depression. she married a tuskegee airman, my mom. and my mom, lucimarian roberts, sharing her wisdom. in a new book. "my story, my song," along with missy buchanan, who we will talk to in a moment. here's my momma. ♪ when it's heavy you're never left alone ♪ ♪ to bare it all >> reporter: faith, family and friends. that's what my mom's life is all about. and at the age of 88, she is taking a lifetime of lessons learned and putting them to paper in "my story, my song." >
james brown, the godfather of soul, may 3. "morning joe" starts right now. ♪ you're so vain ♪ you probably think this song is about you ♪ . >> this afternoon, an announcement from the one-time front-runner for the presidential nomination. >> today i'm suspending my campaign. >> well, there you have it. he is suspending it, like what we all had to do to our disbelief when he thought he was going to be president. >> but suspending the campaign does not mean suspending citizenship. calista and i are committed to be active citizens. >> wouldn't it be awesome, though, if it did mean suspending citizenship? like if you lose a presidential primary, you're deported. wouldn't that be awesome? i don't think anybody thought they were, you know, going to leave the country, but it's good to know you'll be active citizens and be around to haunt people on jury duty. all right. ♪ >> well, you know, welcoming you, mika, and joe, and harold ford, and willie soon to join us. >> well, that's fantastic. >> times square. . welcome to "morning joe" as we take a live look at times square in new york
that was created. >>> whitney houston's former husband, bobby brown, telling matt lauer in an exclusive interview with the "today" show that he's not to blame for the death of his superstar ex-wife while at the same time implying that she didn't have the will to lave clean life. >> maybe i could have done something different, your life. but you have to want it. i wasn't the one that, you know, got her addicted to drugs or -- i'm not the reason she's gone. >> as you'll remember, houston drowned in the tub of a blifr hills hotel room in march. coroners say heart disease and cocaine use contributed to her death. >>> wait till you get a load of this one. an attorney for a new jersey mother says his client is 150% innocent of child endangerment. his client is accused of taking her 5-year-old daughter tanning, an accusation she denies. here's natalie morales with a story that has touched a lot of nerves. >> this whole thing's been blown out of proportion. >> reporter: patricia denies she took her daughter anna tanning with her and says she just brought the 5-year-old the tanning salon and made her wait
almigar in los angeles. >> governor jerry brown held little back. >> this is a type of reckoning, and we have to take the medicine. >> facing a nearly $16 billion budget deficit, today, the governor proposed $8.3 billion in cuts. the first step towards balancing the state's chronically ill budget. >> the fact is california has been living beyond its means. the united states of america and its federal government is living beyond its means. >> among some of the proposed cuts, state employees will face furlough days and cuts, health care problems like those that help the elders will be cut. brown says part of the blame, the state's sputtering economy and the still struggling housing market. california's problem, but one states across the country face. >> what starts in california, good or bad, tends to spread across country. >> blaming republican lawmakers for blocking his push to raise taxes, the governor is now calling on voters in november to approve his spending plan. >> what i'm proposing is not a panacea but it goes a long way toward cleaning up the state's budget mess. >> this week,
. there are no reports of injuries, and no known cause yet. the brown does that stone building was under construction at the time. >>> exotic animals -- the woman's husband freed 50 animals from the farm before killing himself. the -- >>> a tightening of environmental rules for what's known as fracking. the at mrgs wants oil and gas companies to disclose what chemicals they use in won on federal hands. it lets oil and gas flow more easily, but environmentalists are concerned. >>> pepsi and michael jackson are back together again. the company is honoring the 25th anniversary of the "bad" album. it plan toss produce 1 billion special-edition cans printed with jackson's silhouette. it will also include new mixes of his music and contexts. wolf? >> i remember that album. remember the whole experience. thanks very much. >>> an invitation to the big apple for the blind chinese activist at the center of a diplomatic firestorm. straight ahead we go live to beijing. >>> plus a darling among democrats. will elizabeth warren's claim of native-american roots hurt her senate run. [ male announcer ] fighting peppe
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. >> reporter: governor jerry brown in sacramento on monday pitching his plan for $4 approximatebillion in cuts including a 5% pay cut for state employees. >> we don't want to be greece or portugal or england. too deep into their hole. >> reporter: california's economy is bigger than all of them except england. >> it's a state that is imploding financially and this crisis has been going on now for four years. >> peter navarro is an economist at the university of california irvine. >> he cut muscle to the bone and you still got a big debt here in california. the only way we get out of this mess is to increase our economic growth. >> reporter: california has largely lost its manufacturing base to china. the housing market meltdown and 11% unemployment continues to hurt the state's tax revenue. the university system once a crown jewel of the nation has been cut so much that tuition has nearly doubled in the past five years. freshman lester hayes is looking at another 6% increase. >> our tuition went up last quarter and the quarter before so it's ridiculous. >> governor brown says tax increases are
targets included the mayoral's home and president obama's chicago campaign headquarters. steve brown is live in chicago with more. >> reporter: interestingly this is not a federal case. this will be very first illinois own terrorism laws. that will be what the charges are essentially are against the three individuals that were arrested. they are brian church, jarrod chase and brent -- they were picked up on the south side of chicago. they were picked up on wednesday night. we were there yesterday friday afternoon. still saw cops milling around and talking to folks in the neighborhood. a total of nine folks were arrested in one particular raid. the state's attorneys office said it was a targeted raid and had informants working with them. >> the individuals we have charged in this investigation are not peaceful protestors. they are domestic terrorists who came to chicago with an bent to harm our police officers, intimidate citizens and to go through with their politically motivated causes. >> reporter: recovered in the raid were molotov bomb making materials and number of different wea
republican scott brown for a u.s. senate seat. this is the seat he won after ted kennedy vacated it, she's hoping that the controversy over whether she dishonestly claimed american indian heritage will go away. the harvard law professor has been under fire from critics who say she lied about her alleged native-american roots to promote her prospects at certain colleges where she worked. the boston globe has had to issue a retraction saying contrary to earlier claims it could not find any proof that warren is in fact 1 32nd cherokee. larry sabato is the director of the center of politics at the university of virginia. lar lee. it was originally that she was listed as a minority law professor, that is what came out. she listed herself as a minority law professor, okay. and at harvard they touted her as a minority law professor, at the university of pennsylvania it came out, they also listed her in their minority equity report and so on. she comes out and says, i just listed myself because i wanted to meet other people like me. it's all based on a claim that she may have a great, great, gre
. >> and for president obama, the you rhythmics "sweet dreams are made of this." >> for romney, jackson browne's "running on empty." >> and one for the president? >> i didn't have one, and you covered it and i was trying to think, but i think that we could retire u2, because i think that we use a lot of u2. >> jackson five "i want you back." >> that passed your lips. and you are now the emissary. >> and you are the undisputed emperor of campaigns. i will wash your back. that is awesome. >> coming up the king of pop. and i want to bring the caffeine level down a little bit. we will go live to the liberty university where mitt romney is addressing graduates right after the break. and also the medical breakthrough in the battle against aids. so stay with us. for three hours a week, i'm a coach. but when i was diagnosed with prostate cancer... i needed a coach. our doctor was great, but with so many tough decisions i felt lost. unitedhealthcare offered us a specially trained rn who helped us weigh and understand all our options. for me cancer was as scary as a fastball is to some of these kids. but my coach
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's a sales rep. what we did here was give her a bold eye. we did that with earth tones. brown shadows and liners and a lot of mascara. our next lovely lady, we have christine. now, what we did here, this is a really good tip for women at home who might have brown eyes. they wanted to make her brown eyes pop. and the way they did that, was to use blue/gray shadows to take the undertones of her brown eyes and bring them out. >> work it, girl. >> and the pink lip. she's a receptionist. right from here, to work. >> right into night, christine. >> and our next lovely lady, jackie, who is the mother of two teenagers, if you can believe it. jackie admitted she doesn't wear a lot of makeup. i love your philosophy. look like yourself but better. and the ulta beauty team nailed it with jackie. we gave her a look. >> these women have been working over 24 hours. shay, what hurts more? your hands from the makeup? or your feet? >> i'm going to have to go with feet. >> really? where is our guinness record? i see a plaque. this is a good sign. mike, so, how did we do? >> as we mentioned at the start
and says he welcomes the death penalty. >>> massachusetts senator, scott brown, is getting a helping hand from another northeastern moderate this morning, maine senator, susan collins will endorse her colleague at a press conference at brown's boston headquarters, in a tough battle against elizabeth warren to keep his seat in a traditionally blue state. >>> a crushing blow. star closer, mariano rivera tore his acl while shagging fly balls in kansas city tichlts painful to look at. could be a career-ending injury for the future hall-of-famer who said this was probably going to be his last season. >> facebook announced it plans to sell shares for $28 to $35 each in the anticipated ipo. we will get a little market reaction on that. jackie deangeles at cnbc will tell us how the market is going to react to the jobs report. they sort of had priced this? ? >> let's get to the jobs report in one second. i am going to start with facebook. you mentioned that price range between $28 and $35. that values the social networking giant at up to $96 million. that is a little under the expected $100 billio
. >> we are going start in california this morning. governor jerry brown out with the plan proposing massive cuts. over the weekend, the budget deficit had grown by nearly $7 billion. what is he talking about here and what are the politics of this? >> they are $16 billion in the hole. this means massive budget cuts and tax increases coming to california. it's important for a couple reasons. first, the country looked to california as the trend setter. politics and culture, both. it's been the case for decades now. for california to have this fiscal mess, a gut punch to the rest of the country. it's front page news in the new york times for a reason. it's the ninth biggest economy in the world. it's a symbol of the challenge we are having here in america economically. sacramento is a story politically. the problems 24r are the problems everywhere. you have a polarized state capital with democrats who will not cut programs and republicans who won't raise taxes. you know, very, very polarized politics with folks in their corners. you hear about it there. it's the same problem in washingt
in and have eggs and bacon and hash browns and things like that. and plan one splurge meal every week. >> hugely important. you have that meal, and you will stay on track. you'll be more likely to keep all this up. >> bob harper. and you've had success, so clearly if people follow these rules hopefully they will, as well. the book is "the skinny rules." you can find bob's recipes on our website. up next jenna bush hager introduces us to the woman behind the red carpet looks of some of hollywood's biggest stars. ♪ [ male announcer ] for our families... our neighbors... and our communities... america's beverage companies have created a wide range of new choices. developing smaller portion sizes and more low- & no-calorie beverages... adding clear calorie labels so you know exactly what you're choosing... and in schools, replacing full-calorie soft drinks with lower-calorie options. with more choices and fewer calories, america's beverage companies are delivering. >>> we all know that it takes a team to get red carpet ready, but have you ever wondered who actually dreams up the looks o
say we have two different colors, brown and red. the brown are mostly from pensacola florida. the red mostly from maine. >> reporter: over 16 million bricks cover fort jefferson. >> there are six sides to the fort. four of them are over 400 feet long making it fit the shape of the natural-occurring island. >> reporter: this is the main entrance. >> the only entrance to the fort. they've only put one entrance to make it as easily defense i believe as possible. >> reporter: fort jefferson saw battle exactly zero times. it stayed in union hands during the civil war and was used primarily as a military prison for union deserters and one man whose name is mud. >> this is dr. mud's cell. he lived here for two-and-a-half years. >> reporter: dr. samuel mud, the man who set the broken leg of a run-away john wilkes booth after he assassinated abraham lincoln served time here. >> so he actually records in his diary about cutting these holes into the floor to help divert the rain water away from his bedding area. >> reporter: during a yellow fever outbreak, the fort's physician died. draft mud tr
've got a big achblts the answer is cuts, painful cuts. >> reporter: governor jerry brown is talking about cuts including pay cuts for state employees who would work 4 1/2 days. >> we don't want to be a greece, port gulf or england who got too deep into the hole. >> it's a sfat that's imploding financially, and this crisis has been going on now for four years. >> peter navarro is an economist at california irvine. >> you cut muscle to the bone and you still got a big debt in california. the only way we get out of this mess is to increase our economic growth. >> california has largely lost its manufacturing base to china. the markets meltdown continues to hurt the state's tax revenue. the university's system, once the crown jewel of the nation, has cut so much tuition has nearly doubled in the last five years. lester hayes is looking at another 6% increase. >> our tuition went up the last quarter and the quart e before. so it's ridiculous. >> governor brown says tax increases are needed. higher sale taxes and income tax on those making more than $300. >> i know what the hell i'm doing. i'm
it's la la pa pa loser. the chick scott brown liz warren says she invented the occupy movement. that could come back to invite her. she also says she is native american. and liz warren is an indian in the same way that the stripper who accepted brando's oscar was sackgowee. >> bill: big race between scott brown the republic who took the late ted kennedy's seat and elizabeth warren a harvard professor who is getting a lot of money from hollywood and all the far left. apparently ms. warren on her resume at some point said that he she was a native american because she was born in oklahoma. that turns out not to be true. [ laughter ] her indian name is spreading bull. >> bill: what bull? >> spreading bull. she is laying it on a little thick there with that indian thing. >> bill: just want to clarify so we are not placed under arrest spreading. it's spreading propaganda that's what miller means there. >> of course what i meant. between that and staying at the occupy movement after it blows up what would you take me more you wouldn't have me on for god's sake. i meant spreading it li
of other issues. we'll see if that plays out. where's chris brown? i thought chris brown -- >> laura ingraham, thanks very much. >> great to see you. >> we've got other music for you. >> okay, great. >> once again here's ann. >> all right, matt, thanks. >>> the criminal trial of former presidential candidate john edwards has reached a critical stage and today one of his former aides will be back on the stand. nbc's lisa myers is in greensboro, north carolina, once again this morning. lisa, good morning. >> good morning, ann. in dramatic testimony, edwards' former speech writer claimed that he confessed to her that he knew all along that a wealthy donor had provided money to hide his mistress and child, while he ran for president. former aide wendy button returns to the stand this morning, after testifying tuesday that she worked with edwards in the summer of 2009, on a statement to admit paternity of rielle hunter's child. and possibly acknowledge money used to cover up his affair. she testified that edwards told her that he knew that fred baron had been taking care of things all alo
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